Seeing the joy in my son’s eyes when he plays makes me so happy we found The Music Academy!
“Don’t think of what you can afford. Think about what you need. Music is that essential.”
Sebastian Lang-Lessing, music director and conductor of the San Antonio Symphony
The Music Academy of Rockford has always been a great place for my children to learn an instrument. The teachers are fantastic and the activities that the children do are perfect for their self-esteem.
I love the Music Academy. The quality of the instruction and articulation in curriculum are outstanding. We get a lot for our investment.
I worked hard. Anyone who works as hard as I did can achieve the same result.
I never guessed I’d have the chance to play chamber music! Thanks so much for including adults. I’ll never forget this experience.
Creativity is chocolate for the brain.
Dr. Gene Cohen
Ray and I wanted to let you know how much GiGi enjoyed her lesson last week. Ted kept her completely engaged the whole lesson and they even played a simple duet. GiGi was very apprehensive about working with someone new and Ted gained her trust almost immediately (which is no easy task). From our perspective (as parents) GiGi had the best lesson ever!Ted has made a positive impact on Gianna and we are grateful.
The music education has always been wonderful and we were very surprised how “Mr. …
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Music is enough for a lifetime…but a lifetime is not enough for music.
“Amateurs sit and wait for inspiration, the rest of us just get up and go to work.”
Stephen King, On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft
Stephen King, author
The talent of success is nothing more than doing what you can do well, and doing well whatever you do.
To send light into the darkness of hearts, such is the duty of an artist.
Every art form encourages, nurtures, and even requires the best of our creative ability. This is, after all, the special quality of the human spirit and, thought thorough training in the Suzuki Talent Education method, the child develops a beautiful tone – his own, personal tone – and a musical, singing heart.
Eleanor StanlisMusic Academy's Founding Director. From 'Strings with a Heart' published in the American Suzuki Journal, Winter 1997, Vol.25, No.2, p.30.
Musical ability is not an inborn talent but an ability which can be developed. Any child who is properly trained can develop musical ability, just as all children develop the ability to speak their mother tongue. The potential of every child is unlimited.”The study of music teaches “sensitivity, discipline and endurance” and ultimately produces “a beautiful heart.
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